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Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating

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Grain Products Vegetables and Fruit Milk Products Meat and Alternatives
Choose whole grain and enriched products more often. Choose dark green and orange vegetables and orange fruit more often. Choose lower-fat milk products more often. Choose leaner meats, poultry and fish, as well as dried peas, beans and lentils more often.

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Different People Need Different Amounts of Food

The amount of food you need every day from the 4 food groups and other foods depends on your age, body size, activity level, whether you are male or female and if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. That's why the Food Guide gives a lower and higher number of servings for each food group. For example, young children can choose the lower number of servings, while male teenagers can go to the higher number. Most other people can choose servings somewhere in between.

Active people

Consult The next Link will open in a new window Canada's Physical Activity Guide to Healthy Active Living to help build physical activity into your daily life.

Enjoy eating well, being active and feeling good about yourself.

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